Hilde Schramm used her paintings belonging to her Nazi father to help Jewish women artists.
A task force set up by the German government to determine the ownership history of more than 1,500 art works discovered in 2012 has found that only five were wrongfully taken from Jews, drawing criticism from Jewish groups.
Nazi-looted art has been in the news from the movie ‘Woman in Gold’ to recent finds in museums worldwide. What happens when the stolen art turns up in — of all places — the Jewish State?
In a letter emblazoned with the insignia of the U.S. House of Representatives, 29 members of Congress reprimanded the German state of Bavaria for neglecting its historical responsibility to victims of the Nazis.
A German art museum said it has found 18 works in its collection that may have been stolen from Jews by the Nazis.
A U.S. federal judge declined to order the return from Spain of a painting that was sold under duress by a Jewish owner to a Nazi art appraiser.
For the most ambitious of his five films as director, George Clooney assembled a top-shelf cast of fellow actors to play art experts tasked with retrieving artistic treasure stolen by the Germans during World War Two.
Harry Ettlinger was drafted into the so-called ‘Monuments Men’ in 1944. As the Hollywood version debuts this week, he is still bursting with pride.
The family of a Holocaust survivor who fled Vienna in 1938 has filed a claim for the return of one of the country’s national treasures.
Two oil paintings stolen by the Nazis 67 years ago from the walls of Poland’s National Museum in Warsaw were returned Thursday night to the people and government of Poland in a ceremony held at the Polish consulate in New York.